The Strange Criticism Ryan Murphy Got About His 'Popular' Characters
- Today, gay characters populate all of Ryan Murphy's TV shows ... and many TV shows, for that matter. But when Murphy was first getting started in the entertainment busin...
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It's a culture clash of epic proportions when cheerleader Brooke and unpopular journalist Sam, girls on the opposite ends of the school hierarchy, find themselves forced to make nice when Brooke's father meets Sam's mother on a cruise and become engaged. The girls are forced to reside in the same house, and their groups of friends are forced to socialize. Their groups of friends include smart-but-socially-awkward Harrison, popular quarterback Josh, power-hungry cheerleader Nicole and bubbly (but not-too-bright) cheerleader Mary.